SIZE: 13" tall x 18" wide - Custom sizes available on request.
Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins was born in Bloomsbury, London on 8 February 1807, the son of Thomas Hawkins, an artist, and Louisa Anne Waterhouse, the daughter of a Jamaica plantation family of apparent Catholic sympathies. He studied at St. Aloysius College, and learned sculpture from William Behnes. At the age of 20, he began to study natural history and later geology. He contributed illustrations to The Zoology of the Voyage of HMS Beagle. During the 1840s, he produced studies of living animals in Knowsley Park, near Liverpool for Edward Stanley, 13th Earl of Derby. The park was one of the largest private menageries in Victorian England and Hawkins' work was later published with John Edward Gray's text as "Gleanings from the Menagerie at Knowsley" .
Fade resistant and vibrant colors printed on heavy duty photo grade paper stock.
Wilson Graphics has been designing and producing wall decals since 2006. Starting with less than a dozen designs we've now grown our collection to over 2,000 stock designs. Nearly all our decals may be customized in a variety of ways to better fit your space. Our motto is "Your Walls, Your Style" which reflects our mission to help you bring your ideas to life and make your space your own.